Yoga VCD for Migraine

Yoga VCD for Migraine

New Yoga VCD for Migraine & Epilepsy By Swami Ramdev ji in Hindi

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As we known that migraine affects more than 28 million Americans, and about 75% of them are women. Migraine is a vascular headache caused by the inflammation and irritation of the nerve endings resulting from the expansion of the blood vessels of the surface of the brain. It is often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, mood changes, sensitivity to light and/or sound, tunnel vision or seeing spots, or dizziness. Pain may be felt on one or both sides of the head, at the back of the neck, around the eyes, on the face, or in the sinuses. The pain can be severe and can debilitate you from four to 72 hours if untreated. The pain is often preceded by a sensory warning sign or an aura such as blind spots or flashes of light. A tingling in the arm or leg may also serve as warning. There is still no found cure for migraine, however, medications can reduce the frequency of migraine attacks and stop the pain.

Triggers for migraine attack vary for each individual. Among the factors it include stress, certain food, weather changes, light, smells or odors, change in sleeping habits, some medications, and hormonal fluctuations. Scientists also think that imbalances in brain chemicals such as serotonin and magnesium may trigger migraine attack. Fluctuation in estrogen and progesterone also seem to cause migraine attack in women and most women migraine patients report its occurrence before or during their periods and during menopause or pregnancy. Contraceptives and Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) may also worsen migraine headaches. Caffeinated beverages, alcoholic drinks, nuts, smoked or pickled food, aspartame, monosodium glutamate, and other food are also reported to cause migraine headaches. Hunger can also trigger migraine. Migraine may also be caused by some physical factors such as too much or too little sleep, sexual activity, stress or intense physical exertion. Other causes of migraine headaches include bright light and sun glare, unusual or unpleasant smell and odor, change in weather, change in altitude level, and change of time zone.

Treatment includes pain relievers, stress reduction, exercise, and avoidance of the factors that trigger the attack such as alcohol, oral contraceptive, and smoking. Stress reducing poses can also help in preventing migraine. In this case when the Yoga Therapy for migraine is used or practiced it generally focuses on the prevention of the occurrence which includes stress reduction and avoidance of the various causes of the attacks. Yoga can also alleviate the headache pain by providing relief to sensory overload and relaxing your mind.

Following are the poses that when performed provide relief in migraine:

  • Kapalbhati:
    • Kapalbhati is a Breathing Technique used specifically for cleansing.
    • If you have a lot of mucus in the air passages or feel tension and blockages in the chest it is often helpful to breathe quickly.
  • Tadasana or the Mountain Pose:
    • The Mountain Yoga Pose promotes the experience of stillness, strength, relaxed power, and immovable stability associated with mountains.
    • This yoga posture, and coming back to this stillness after other poses, is one of the ways of becoming acquainted with stillness.
  • Pada Hasthasana or the Hands to Feet pose:
    • The Hands to Feet Pose or Pada Hasthasana gives many of the same benefits as the Forward Bend - trimming the waist, restoring elasticity to the spine, and stretching the ligaments of the legs, especially the hamstrings. Learn how to do the Hands to Feet Pose in this section.
  • Trikonasana or the Triangle Pose:
    • Triangle is a potent symbol for the divine principle, and it is frequently found in the yantras and mandalas used for meditation.
    • The Trikonasana or Triangle Pose not just provides strength but even helps your mind as well as the body to attain a very high level of stability.
  • Padmasana or the Lotus Yoga pose:  
    • The Lotus Yoga Pose is usually done in Meditation.
    • It is a classic seated posture which strengthens your ankles and knees, enhances concentration, and improves flexibility of your legs.
    • This pose helps you to build up a strong focus and does not allow your mind to wander off.
  • Bhujangasana or the Cobra Pose:
    • This yoga pose helps in the improvement of the spinal flexibility and strengthens the muscles in the arms and back.
    • In addition to this it is effective in relieving menstrual irregularities and constipation.
    • Therefore in women when these irregularities are properly controlled or managed it eliminates the various triggering factors.